Archive For The “States’ Rights & Nullification” Category

Senator: “I’m not offended by the Constitution”

Senator: “I’m not offended by the Constitution”

The Convention of States (COS) Project was founded by Citizens for Self-Governance for the purpose of stopping the runaway power of the federal government. We believe Washington, D.C., is broken and will not fix itself. The federal government is spending this country into the ground, seizing power from the states and taking liberty from the…

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Hotel that caters only to liberals?

Hotel that caters only to liberals?

Amidst all the serious news from this week’s cycle, one story stands out. Bloomberg reports that the first “politically motivated” hotel chain is set to open in Washington, D.C. The “Eaton Workshop” markets itself as a “safe haven” for liberals, and its founders plan to integrate a liberal philosophy into every aspect of the guest…

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Delaware Police Unveil Newest Security Cameras, But Citizens Revolt As Rights Questioned

Delaware Police Unveil Newest Security Cameras, But Citizens Revolt As Rights Questioned

Civil rights groups fear a citizen’s revolution over “profiling” and “misuse of data” questions. Delaware police cruisers are being  equipped with a “dashcam on steroids.” Able to read license plates and identify faces, police call the upgraded security cameras an “extra set of eyes.” As the newest technology is unveiled, civil rights groups fear a…

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Doctor Loses License As New Hampshire Board Discovers Outdated System, Fight In Place

Doctor Loses License As New Hampshire Board Discovers Outdated System, Fight In Place

The New Hampshire Board of Medicine has revoked the license of 84-year-old Dr. Anna Konopka because she does not put her files in a computer that is connected to the state’s system. The days of keeping an old fashioned, effective medical practice are apparently over. Dr. Anna Konopka of New Hampshire has had her medical…

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Under Proposal, New Hampshire Would Opt Out of Federal Program that Militarizes Local Police

CONCORD, N.H. (November 13, 2017) – A bill prefiled in the New Hampshire House would opt the state out of a federal program that facilitates the sale or transfer of certain military equipment from the federal government to state and local law enforcement. A coalition of eight legislators introduced HB1431 (HB1431) for the 2018 session,…

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New Jersey Parents In Uproar, School Board Listens As Library Magazine Draws Fire

New Jersey Parents In Uproar, School Board Listens As Library Magazine Draws Fire

Parents in this New Jersey school district are outraged that children have access to a magazine promoting gender confusion, abortions, and same-sex relationships. Democrats have never fully shed the master mentality. Many believe that they know better than the average American what people should be allowed to have, be forced to buy, and be forced…

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Permission Not Required: “Constitutional Carry” Bill Introduced in Kentucky House

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Nov. 13, 2017) – A so-called  “Constitutional Carry” bill prefiled in the Kentucky House of Representatives would make it legal for most Kentuckians to carry a firearm without a license, and foster an environment hostile to federal gun control. Rep.  C. Wesley Morgan (R-Richmond) pre-filed BR172 in August. The legislation would allow persons…

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Tom Coburn: “It’s our turn”

Tom Coburn: “It’s our turn”

The Convention of States (COS) Project was founded by Citizens for Self-Governance for the purpose of stopping the runaway power of the federal government. We believe Washington, D.C., is broken and will not fix itself. The federal government is spending this country into the ground, seizing power from the states and taking liberty from the…

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Op-Ed: Convention of States is “necessary” to fix America’s “most difficult problems”

Op-Ed: Convention of States is “necessary” to fix America’s “most difficult problems”

The following excerpt was written by Chris Talgo and originally published in TownHall.com. Fifty-five percent of Americans believe the national government has too much power, and just 13 percent approve of Congress, according to a recent Gallup Poll. The national debt exceeds $20 trillion. Federal agencies, such as the Environmental Protection Agency and Internal Revenue…

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“Tasteless And Insensitive”: Democrat Calls Out Party Members As Attacks Go Viral

“Tasteless And Insensitive”: Democrat Calls Out Party Members As Attacks Go Viral

Republican Congressman George Holding was the target of a scurrilous attack by the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee that was so hateful, one of the liberal contenders was angered by the tactic. Sometimes, even democrats are disgusted by the behavior of their fellow comrades. Ken Romley, one of four candidates seeking to topple republican congressman George…

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Kentucky Bill Would Limit Warrantless Drone Surveillance

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Nov. 10, 2017) – A bill prefiled in the Kentucky House would require police to get a warrant before engaging in drone surveillance in most situations. Passage of this legislation would not only establish important privacy protections at the state level, it would also help thwart the federal surveillance state. Rep. Diane St….

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Most popular video EVER. Have you seen it?

Most popular video EVER. Have you seen it?

We’ve had a few viral videos over the years, but by far our most popular (until the recent PragerU video) has been the piece below created by the Convention of States team in Alabama. It’s one of the best three-minute explanations of a Convention of States, and if you haven’t seen it yet, you should!…

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Michigan rallies for a Convention of States!

Michigan rallies for a Convention of States!

The Convention of States (COS) Project was founded by Citizens for Self-Governance for the purpose of stopping the runaway power of the federal government. We believe Washington, D.C., is broken and will not fix itself. The federal government is spending this country into the ground, seizing power from the states and taking liberty from the…

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How the Catalan Independence Movement Has Inspired Secession in Texas

How the Catalan Independence Movement Has Inspired Secession in Texas

At first glance, Catalonia, the northeast region of Spain, and the state of Texas don’t seem to have much in common. Catalonia is a fairly liberal state. The region’s stance on immigration is more open than other parts of Spain: Catalonia prides itself as the “the land of welcoming,” and Catalans have publicly demanded that the…

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Minnesota Joins Virginia As Newest Liberal Wave Of Politicians In, More To Come?

Minnesota Joins Virginia As Newest Liberal Wave Of Politicians In, More To Come?

Minneapolis has elected two transgender individuals to the city council, proving that with enough money and media propaganda, anything is possible. It isn’t just Virginia that can now boast of transgender politicians in positions of power. Minneapolis has elected two transgender individuals to its city council. Although it will have to go a long way…

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Bureaucrats work to “undermine” Trump’s new Cuba policy, keep Florida lawmakers in the dark

Bureaucrats work to “undermine” Trump’s new Cuba policy, keep Florida lawmakers in the dark

The President has been stymied by his own bureaucrats at every turn. The latest example comes from Florida, where lawmakers say Obama-era officials kept them in the dark regarding Trump’s new Cuba policy. The Washington Free Beacon reports: A trio of Cuban-American lawmakers representing Miami was not told in advance about long-awaited regulations restricting U.S….

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Obama’s EPA spent $690,000 on parking spots no one used

Obama’s EPA spent $690,000 on parking spots no one used

The Environmental Protection Agency spent nearly $700,000 for parking spots that no one used during the final two years of the Obama administration. The office of inspector general released an audit Wednesday finding the agency wasted taxpayer dollars on subsidized parking for employees at its Washington, D.C., headquarters. “Only EPA headquarters (based in Washington, D.C.) and Region…

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School District SLAMS Religious Rights, Forbids Coach From Action As Community Stunned

School District SLAMS Religious Rights, Forbids Coach From Action As Community Stunned

Coweta County School District Bowed to Atheists’ Complaints Freedom of Speech lives on in NFL football fields while Freedom of Religion dies on high school gridirons in Coweta County, Georgia. The Georgia county’s school district has forbidden coaches and other school district employees from participating in student-initiated prayer. Citizens in the community were shocked at…

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100,000 Affected As State Issues Warning, 48-Hour Advisory In Effect Until Further Notice

100,000 Affected As State Issues Warning, 48-Hour Advisory In Effect Until Further Notice

The Pennsylvania American Water Company announced on Monday evening that a boil water advisory would impact 100,000 people, due to contamination. residents were instructed to use bottled or boiled water for a number of tasks. The Pennsylvania American Water Company has announced a 48-hour boil advisory for 55 communities in two counties. An estimated 100,000…

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Infamous Marriage Clerk Issues Announcement, Liberals Furious As 2015 Headline Returns

Infamous Marriage Clerk Issues Announcement, Liberals Furious As 2015 Headline Returns

Kim Davis made headlines when the Kentucky court clerk refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses and was jailed for it in 2015. Now, she’s running for reelection.  Kim Davis, the Kentucky Court Clerk who refused to sign gay marriage certificates, has announced that she will run for re-election in 2018. The move is infuriating liberal…

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